“Save my marriage!” If you are one of those shouting this plea at the top of your lungs then you have come to the right place. This article is devoted to ways that couples can salvage a troubled marriage. The first thing that you should know is that you are not alone. As this article is being written (and as you are reading this right now) thousands upon thousands of married couples all over the world are experiencing the same problems that you and your spouse are experiencing. If only they are as lucky as you are in stumbling upon this little article about how to save a marriage. In pleading, “save my marriage,” you have already taken the important first step in salvaging your relationship and that is to ask for help. The reason why you found this article is because you are seeking help about your problem. Sadly, many couples fail to even reach this stage. This is because many of them are in denial that they are already having problems. The shame comes from the fact that marital failure is considered by many as personal failure. Nobody wants to look like losers right? And no one wants to admit that they have failed. Looking like a loser is an important step in saving a marriage. By admitting that you have a problem, then you can start seeking for a solution. There is an underlying reason for all marital problems and this is what you should search for. The best way to look for it is to recall trends or patterns in arguments between you and your spouse. Try to determine a common issue that sprouts up whenever you two fight. Is it money? A bad habit? A sin from the past? Whatever it is you must find it then deal with it appropriately. Failure to do this step may result in the same issue coming up in the future. So even if you were successful in saving the marriage for now, troubles will likely arise not long after your reconciliation. After you have found the underlying problem now is the time to fix it. Whatever the problem is you must fix it together. After all, it takes two to dance the tango. Either you solve the problem together or do not solve it at all. Congratulations for shouting “save my marriage!” You are on the right track.